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1. Sovereignty, Democracy, Constitution: An Introduction

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pp. 1-8

Sovereignty. Democracy. Constitution. These are mere words. But words, and the often variable meaning or meanings assigned to them by human beings, matter. Associate Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes put it succinctly in Towne v. Eisner when he said...

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2. Constitutional Consent: Native Traditions and Parchment Rights

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pp. 9-62

The American Wild West was a cruel, creepy, and venal entanglement of conquest, discovery, diseases, outright extortion, separatism, and genocide of Native American Indians. Most Native cultures resisted the imperious waves of occidental invasions...

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3. The Constitution of the White Earth Nation

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pp. 63-79

The Anishinaabeg of the White Earth Nation are the successors of a great tradition of continental liberty, a native constitution of families, totemic associations. The Anishinaabeg create stories of natural reason, of courage, loyalty, humor, spiritual inspiration...

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4. A Citizen’s Guide to the White Earth Constitution: Highlights and Reflections

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pp. 81-94

These eight essays were first published in Anishinaabeg Today: A Chronicle of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe, the official newspaper of the White Earth Nation. The articles were written with the intention of sharing information with the Anishinaabeg citizens of White Earth Reservation...

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pp. 95-98

Contributors

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pp. 99-100